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spirits at a hospital. >> the suspect jimmy lee dykes is dead after fbi agents stormed his bunker. we have the details. >> good morning ainsley. good morning heather. a community breathing a sigh of relief as the little 5-year-old boy has been freed from the hands of this suspect jimmy lee dykes. they told us he was in eminent danger. the constant communication between the suspect and negotiators was beginning to deteriorate. it is unclear how but they confirmed he was holding a gun and the situation was becoming tense. remained so after the incident because last night they continued to sweep his property and check for buried bombs as the boy was taken to the local . he is laughing, joking, playing,
eating, the things that you would expect a normal 5 to 6-year-old young man to do. he is very brave. he is very lucky and the success story is that he is out safe and doing great. >> we were at the hospital last night and spoke to fbi officials on the scene. they told us he was safe and he was okay. they released no details about his condition. what we all know is that little 5-year-old boy had been under a bunker with a murder suspect for at least a week. he witnessed two killings in just a week span. >> elizabeth, we will check with you later. >> community's tr prayer's answ. >> the former marine accused of killing chris kyle is under suicide watch. camera surveillance at a texas
jail. he tadzerred him and tied him to a chair after he tried attacking them last night. the kyle family is speaking out for the first time saying his brother jeff is quote lives by a professional motto it is our duty to serve those who serve us. he died honoring this creed. treasury nominee jack lieu coming under scrutiny. they are questioning whether he violated federal laws by failing to respond to the group that oversees medicare. the group led by jeff sessions lames lew is unfit to be treasury secretary. >> an appeal supreme court justice ruth gator ginsburg rejected the first filing to come after that filing. they made the emergency request. the board forced the company to
rehire 700 employees. it involved in a labor dispute. they wanted the supreme court to halt that. lance armstrong is going to take the money and run. an attorney says he has no plans to pay back the bonus money for winning the tour defrance. that amounts to nearly $12 million. armstrong confessing he cheated and doped his pway to the title. he says athletes shouldn't have to return the compensation. the company is plan to go file a lawsuit. >> superdome officials say there was a chance the power could go out for the super bowl. tests show the electrical meet feeds were decayed and there were concerns about power failures since back then. they had a backup generator and was just about to turn it on when the power came back. don't blame beyonce for that.
the show operated on its own power grid. that is your 5@5:00. in just a few hours president obama will turn his attention back to immigration reform. he's hosting ceo's as well as labor leaders at the white house to talk about it. kelly wright is talking about it this morning. >> good morning to you. this is an important step for the president in dealing with or meeting the demands of gaining approval for comprehensive immigration reform. he will meet with business and labor leaders to talk about the economic agenda. his plans for immigration reform and how it fits into the economy. he is pushing for bipartisan strategy lawmakers for immigration reform and the passes. a week ago a group of 8 senators from both sides of the aisle republican and democrats outlined principles calling for tighter border security, a
guessworker program a pathway to citizenship and employment verification. to think that 11 million are living among us without document station. we need to give them a chance to earn their way through citizenship by paying taxes, establishing they are no threat to america by their background and meet the basic standards we require. >> both sides appear to be willing to get the job done he cautioned if the plan does not include border security at that point it may not get done. >> the right kind of bill will benefit both parties president obama will get the achievement
he fail to do deliver on in the first term and republicans can put the issue bind them. a bad bill will hurt the country. >> rove's success with immigration reform will be president obama how he accepts or declines or will he go with his own plan which may prove to be problematic for conservatives on capitol hill. >> thanks so much, kelly. check out the weather today. we have got the first degree weather update with maria molina. >> some cities waking up with snow on the ground. >> yeah, a couple snow showers through the northeast. a pretty nice start to your morning for early february. it's winter. we are looking at temperatures not too far away from where they should be this time of year in the great lakes or into the northwest. we have area of low pressure swinging through. not a lot of moisture with them. that's why we are not expecting
accumulation with the storm systems. a couple of basically snow showers across portions of new york city through connecticut. as we head westbound parts of wisconsin and illinois swinging through that area. we have warmer temperatures areas of thunderstorms bringing through areas of southern alabama parts of the panhandle. it could be a slow go for you early this morning as you head out to work looking at heavier downpours out there. temperatures not too bad in the 50s and 60s in dallas. 20 in minneapolis. actually a bit of a warm-up for you. 29 right now in new york city and raleigh and atlanta. as we head into the afternoon hours texas warming up parts of the south warming up in new orleans expecting a high 73. 76 tampa. beautiful day out there. northbound we made it into the 30s for chicago, cleveland and new york city. warming up a little bit out here across portions of the midwest.
heather and ainsley good news with snow showers this morning. >> thank you so much maria. >> now to stories you can bank on this morning. do you have enough in your savings account to weather a financial emergency? if you say no well you are not line. lauren simonetti for the fox business network is here breaking down the frightening new statistics and a new study. >> the new report by the corporation for enterprise development it shows nearly half of households in america don't have enough money saved for emergencies. it wouldn't last for a month if their income suddenly was gone. household earning 55 and 90,000 annually have less than 3 months of savings? how come? reports say between 2006 and 2010 median net worth declined whopping 27,000 dollars while the cost of living sky rocketed. difficult to come back on housing healthcare education they eat up three quarters of the average family's
discretionary income. you are left with so much less in the end how do you save money. >> hard to do with college prices with hurricane sandy coming through and taxes going up and also gas prices going up. we have a new study out talking about gas prices last year and how much the american household spent on gasoline. >> shocking numbers. last year turned out to be a real pain in the gas. american households spent a record amount filling up their cars more than $2,900 on average. in the meantime the cost for filling upkeeps going up in 2013 as well. the national average for regular unleaded costs 3.53 cents a gallon. prices jumped $0.18. that jump of that size we haven't seen anything like that in two years. the reason a lot of them higher crude oil prices, the economy switching over to the summer gasoline blends that's more
expensive arise again in the tensions. there's so many reasons prices aren't coming down. >> i am saying consumption is going down but prices are going up. expenditures it's more expensive. >> thank you so much. it's time to brew on this. here's what we would like you to brew on today. do you ever feel like you spend your entire day answering e-mails. if you don't you are not line. researchers find we spend 28 percent of our workweek on e-mail as i loan. that totals more than an entire workday. some ex plan nations could be we don't know who to ask about a particular issue or several people on e-mails to make sure we are covering our butts. are you one of those people does answering e-mails take away from your jobs in you can send comments to us or shoot us an e-ma firstname.lastname@example.org.
it is the first time that she is spoken since the taliban tried to murder her by shooting her in the head. >> i am happy the operation is a success. >> more on the amazing recovery of the young pakistani activist. >> a police chase comes to a sudden stop thanks to help from mother nature. we will show you what happened and where this was when we come back.
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believed the hieshgs may have been targeting classified information instead. there could be a delay in the george zimmerman trial. his attorneys are expected to ask for a postponement saying prosecutors have been slow to turn over evidence. he claims he acted in self defense in shooting trayvon martin. he would have turned 18 today. >> she is a symbol of freedom and courage around the world. for the first time a teenaged girl shot by the taliban for fighting for her rights is now speaking out about the ordeal and her plans to keep on fighting. jonathan hunt has more. i am talking today to all of you. i can speak, i can move my hands. i can walk. >> speaking on camera for the first time since the targeted event to end her life malala says thanks to doctors her second life has begun. an activist for education at a
very young age she was shot in the head as she left school in pakistan's valley four months ago. since then she has been through multiple surgeries and rehabilitation at this hospital in england. in order to repair the damage done to her skull. over the weekend doctors surgically attached a titanium plate and put in a cochlear device to restore hearing. medical professionals are in awe over the teen's recovery. >> talking about helping other people. >> i am happy that the operations are successful. >> she had stacks and stacks of letters of encouragement from around the world. >> focusing not only on her recovery the teen promised she will continue to be outspoken despite the fear she will be targeted again. >> i am prepared to sacrifice myself for this. i want every girl and every boy
to be educated and that there is peace in our country and the whole world. >> some militant clerics are reportedly issued a fatah against malala saying they would kill her if she continues to speak out. she was nominated for this year's noble peace prize. in new york, jonathan hunt, fox news. it is 17 minutes after the hour. coming up next on "the rundown"" it is the best time of the year to get deals. we will talk to personal finance expert vera gibbons. a 6-year-old stealing her mom's car. she wasn't just going for a joy ride, she had a very specific destination.
>> well dom back. it's 21 after the hour. take a look at this. a land shilide in oregon has a n in a stolen taxi. this man accused of car jacking the taxi at knife point. during the get away he crashes right into this land slide and then he's raised. a law america in illinois pushing for a $0.25 sneaker tax. hopes the tax will generate 3 million a year. the retail association says it will fight this plan. they say sneaker i say tennis shoes. >> both. depends on what i am wearing it
for. if you need an excuse to spend which we never really do there's a new research out from shop it to me.com. february is the best month of the year to shop on-line. you can get 47 percent off items right now. with tips how to save is vera gibbons. >> we usually think president's weekend was the big one. >> you talk about an average markup 48 percent which mix aket bert. but february as a whole the best month to shop of the year. people get the average other months. 43 percent. this is 47 percent on average in terms of the mark downs. large part because the retailers are looking to clear out their stuff make clear for the spring items. they want to get it out the door. that's to your benefit. >> good time to buy all of the winter coats they need next year. what are some of the discounts? >> we have skirts, belts,
accessories, dresses. average mark downs in some cases close to 50 percent. skirts 51 percent off. so significant savings. what you won't find as many items on sale as you will at other periods such as over the holidays. you see everything on sale then. so the deals are more significant. >> we are talking about on-line deals right here. what about in store? >> over president's weekend great deals on furniture that type of thing, mattresses, home exercise equipment. those are on sale this time of year. a bunch of stuff is on sale. significant savings. >> if you are looking for a car or appliances those good? >> those are still good. >> compared to previous years, too? >> compared to previous years, too. >> the five that follow next are in march. so you look at the 20 days you
are talking over 47 percent on average savings verses the average for the year which is 43 percent. shop until you drop. >> if you don't get to it in the month of february we are still okay in the month of march. >> we are still okay in the month of march. you won't see these kind of deals return over 43 percent until end of summer sales labor day sales. that's the next big wave of significant sales. >> vera gibbons personal finance expert. always appreciate your expertise. coming up next on the ro rundown it was home to the world's most wanted man. of course we are talking about osama bin laden. now pakistan wants to turn the city he was killed in into a tourist attraction. we will talk about that next. talk about a whale of a time, a fishing boat comes way too close to a hump back whale apparently flipping it over, too, or at least close to it. cream abdul jabar became the
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>> it is now 5:30 on the east coast. we are going to start with a fox news lart. the hostage drama in alabama is now over. the 5-year-old boy locked in the under ground bunker with his captor for one week is now free. elizabeth pran is live for us in midland city, alabama with brand new details. what are we learning overnight about exactly what happened yesterday? >> well, we are learning very few details overnight. we heard from authorities late last night. he stormed the bunker and was able to free the 5-year-old boy for the first time in a week he was able to wake up with his mother just in time for his birthday. all eyes remain on this suspected killer jimmy lee dykes after the hostage standoff finally concludes the 5-year-old victim has been freed by law enforcement after they stormed that bunker. authorities say he was in eminent danger and the constant
communication between the suspect and negotiators did begin to deteriorate and dykes became agitated. it is unclear exactly how they knew but they were able to confirm he was holding a gun and that the situation was becoming increasingly tense. >> within the past 24-hours negotiations deteriorated and mr. dykes was observed holding a gun. at this point fbi agents fearing the child was in eminent danger entered the bunker and rescued the child. >> bomb squad officials combed the property after the incident checking for buried bombs. while the boy was taken to the hospital by first responders he was taken to flowers hospital ten miles from the crime scene. fbi officials post the boy is safe he is okay and he was with his mother. they released no details about his condition. but what we all know the little
5-year-old boy has been secluded in a bunker 4 feet under ground. he's gotten water and food and medication. they sent toys down to him through out the week. in the past week he has been witness to two killings perhaps a very long road ahead for that little boy. >> hope we can focus on his birthday. >> now time for your 5@5:30. top five stories making news at this hour. we are hearing from passengers from the deadly bus crash. as the bus was coming down the road they frantically dialed 911 as the driver was yelling we are going to crash. 7 people died. dozens are injured including an 11-year-old girl whose mother did not survive. >> i knew she was going to wake up. what can i say when she says where is my mama.
i have to give a reason for my sister. >> records show the tour bus company failed more than one-third of the federal safety inspections in some cases brakes were the entire problem. cantor will give a major policy address. early experts show that cantor will outline republican principles, government policy should aim to strike a balance between what is needed to add varns the next generation what we can afford and what is a federal responsibility and what is necessary to ensure our children are safe, healthy and able to reach their dreams. he is also expected to focus on immigration reform job growth and education. they say it has nothing to do with osama bin laden but pakistan planning to build an amusement park in the city where u.s. forces killed the leader of al qaeda. it will cost $30 million construction will start in 8
years and begin next month. wealthy families visit on the weekend. a 6-year-old girl wanted desperately to see her father so she stole her mom's bmw. the little girl tried driving the car in the city until neighbor's spotted her. >> when she was coming toward me i am like, what is she doing? i couldn't tell it was a young girl at the time. i stepped behind the tree she hit the curb here she took off and i was looking at her. that's when i saw she was a child. i was like stop, stop, stop. >> in the snow no less. >> she couldn't stop instead she continued up the street hitting several parked cars. the little girl lost control of the car and packed into a pole. hopefully she is all right and hopefully she gets to see her daddy. >> check out these pictures a whale nearly capsized a boat.
a giroup of friends seeing the baby in and out of the water a fishing boat heading to shore just happened to get in their way for one of those jumps. >> just as they were driving in the whale decided to come out of the water a little bit and they doll li collided immediately. amazingly the boat did not cap size. those fishing on board are going to be okay. that's your 5@5:30. >> a little scary, huh? >> just hours from now president obama will visit the issue of immigration reform. he will talk to liberal leaders at the white house. doug luzader is covering it for us. he's live in washington. what are we expecting from the president? >> this is really the white house battled on a number of different fronts right now. no question the climb gnat in washington when it comes to i am fwra
immigration reform has changed. a comprehensive reform bill will be difficult. janet napolitano got a bird's-eye view of the border. increased spending on border. the border crisis eased some what because of the sluggish u.s. economy. in washington the dynamics of the debate have changed. over at the white house the president going to press the issue with liberal groups and business leaders today advancing an agenda has been pushing for years finding a way to offer u.s. citizenship to millions of illegal immigrants. >> to think 11 million are living among us without documentation. we need to do something. give them a chance. >> either way many republicans
were stinging from the 2012 election are open to a comprehensive fix of some kind. >> there's a growing recognition by republicans. they want to get the issue behind them so they can make inroads among latinos on the issue of jobs, opportunities, values. this is a culturally conservative and entrepreneurially minded part of our electorate. >> any kind of a deal will come down to a balancing act between better long-term border enforcement and offering the pathway to citizenship and a trigger whether there's connection to one to the other. >> before you leave the house you need your first degree weather update with maria molina. >> good morning. good to see you. today is like a disorganized weather day. not seeing organized systems snow across the northwest and
east. stay tuned areas in northeast and new england by friday and saturday you could be looking at a possible nor' easter. keep you posted on that. first we want to deal with today. we have areas of rainfall and thunderstorms along portions of the panhandle. heading out to work this morning you could be looking at a slow go on the roadways. umbrella as you are heading out the door today. we have a quick moving area of low pressure a clipper system not a lot of snow with it maybe 1-3 inches of snow. another clipper producing snow showers this morning across new york city long island across connecticut. again not expecting accumulation with this system. not at powerful storm system. across the northeast we have a big event it is the parade for the super bowl champions the ravens. the good news is we are looking at temperatures in the 40s not
too bad for this time of year. quick look at your temperatures 11 right now in chicago. not too bad in new york city 29 right now. >> we will take it. thank you so much. >> it is time to entertain this. there's a new group of grammy performers that have just been announced. >> triple nominee kelly clarkson will take the stage this sunday as well as sing rihanna and bruno mars. performers include taylor swift and also alicia keyes. >> meet shakira's newest addition her baby son milan. the soccer star daddy this is the couple's first child together. cute baby little boy. >> in this story helped her win an oscar helped him win the
super bowl. >> check out sandra bullock's son lewis. he was the inspiration behind a 2009 film "the blind side." one of my favorites. >> the top sports stories in a few hours baltimore will honor the ravens with a big parade for the super bowl championship. fans camping out for their chance to see them. >> oh my god i am so excited for them. >> i was jumping all over the place. couldn't stop moving. >> the weather is going to be good. it was a busy day for joe flacco he did what any winner does, he went to disney world. >> hours later he was in manhattan to appear on the late show with david letterman. will payton manning win another super bowl next year? the denver broncos considered the early favorite for 2014. the ravens beat the broncos on
their way to the super bowl. 49ers and patriots are tied in second place. >> it is now 20 minutes to the top of the hour. coming up are food labels lying to you? a new study found that is key number might be completely inaccurate. president obama reaching a white house milestone. but this one isn't something to brag about. we will tell you about it when we come back. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. troy polamalu's going deeper. ♪ and so is head & shoulders deep clean. [ male announcer ] with 7 benefits it goes deep to remove grease, gunk, and flakes. deep. like me. [ male announcer ] ad & shoulders de clean for men. ♪
caused. nearly 16,000 people died when it hit and triggered a tsunami. next in iran iran bragged about sending a monkey into space? is the president next? he volunteered to be blasted into space to test the nation's ability to put a human in orbit around the earth. a mad dash for cash in shanghai. a man went to the bank losing most of it when the wind blew away. he was able to get back 1200 of the $2,800. what a bummer for him. >> ainsley thank you so much. the justice department is now suing standard and poors. it's the nation's largest credit rating agency. the agency played a huge role in the 2008 financial crisis. diane macedo from the fox business network has the details. the justice department is suing s&p saying the high ratings to mortgage bonds that
tanked in value and fuelled the 2008 financial crisis. from september 2004 to october 2007 s&p knowingly defrauded investors in hopes of decreasing revenue and market share. the ratings firm suggest it is being unfairly punished to predict a housing maelt down no one else predicted either. it was without factual or legal mir rit. sources tell the wall street journal for 4 months both sides discussed a potsible settlement with the case. a deal could leave it more vulnerable to other lawsuits. while this is the first government suit of its kind many investors say they were misled by ratings and dozens of the cases have been thrown out on the grounds that the ratings are opinions protected by the government. government is expected to take a legal approach. it will be interesting to see how this one plays out. >> diane macedo from fox
business. thank you so much. >> it is 60 minutes to the hour. coming up, the doubcouple doubl their pleasure when they take not one but two chances on the lottery. >> lucky ducks. >> do you have trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep? nicki fitness is here with easy yoga moves that makes sure you sleep soundly. now we are here with brian kilmeade back from the super bowl. >> we creel brat national pancake day. did you get me anything? we are going to be celebrating national pancake day anyway on the show even though i didn't get anything back. we are going to have laura ingram on the show. as well as the passage of immigration reform. fbi on the take down during the hostage situation. we are going to see how the 5-year-old ak climates to society. we are going to get the name of
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>> good morning to you. it is 9 minutes before the hour. the nutrition labels can be wrong at least 50 percent of the time. the way the food is prepared or eaten can change the number of calories. they are calling for a new way to calculate calories. current system is more than 100 years old. >> can beer make the nation more energy efficient? they are using beer. they use a $1 million furnace
that can burn the grains leftover after the brewing process. the beer power saves nearly half a million dollars a year. interesting idea. ainsley what's going on? >> thank you, heather. if you have trouble sleeping you are not alone. more than 60 million people have trouble sleeping at night according to the national institutes of health. we have an all natural solution for you, yoga. here with moves to help you get some z's are fitness expert and author of slim nastics, nicki fitness. you say if you are having trouble sleeping first thing first check off a to do list. >> i can't sleep with dishes in the sink. wash your gates in your pajamas. >> the first exercise you are showing us relieves tension and stress, kaes the camel. >> start out on the floor and start with the cat and could you t cow to release the low back
tension. the camel is the upper back. if you bring your elbow and shoulders behind look up. it's a heart opener but releases the tension of being at the desk all day. >> the next won the puppy will help with muscles in the shoulders and abdomen and lower back. >> this is the stress in the upper back. you are sitting at a desk you have tension in the muscles you can start on your knees or going in the dolphin. you are pushing forearms in the floor. great for getting the knot out of your upper back. >> the rocking massage relieves anxiety and depression. >> a lot of people carry tension in their hips. you can stretch out by leaning forward making a diamond with your leg. >> that's hard to do if you are not flexible. >> once you get used to it you can start out further. you start out here keeping your back straight. this is a little back massage.
>> what if your spouse comes behind you and pushes your back. >> as long as you are not bouncing you hold the steady stretch and not bounce back into it. >> you say this helps with muscle aching? >> yes. a lot of times especially if you get a workout and you are sore that can bother you sleeping, too. you twist it is a nice stretch for the low back relieves tension and stretches your gluts and outer thighs. this is the opposing muscle group. you take the opposite arm out and look towards the hand. it's a nice stretch and detoxifying. if you had too much super bowl beer for example that will detox your liver a little bit. >> the last one helps with mild backaches. if you have back trouble this could be helpful for you legs up the wall and return focus on the breath. >> lie down in your bed or on the floor with your legs just up the wall right over your helps
flex your feet this will reverse the blood flow. this is good to bring the blood back up to your heart your lungs your neck. good for thyroid problems as well. it will just sort of calm you. while you are there focus on your breaths, in 10, 10 out. slowly 10, slowly out for 10. it will calm your heart rate down for a while. >> and keep you alive. don't forget to breathe. >> 6 minutes to the top of the hour. in all of the chaos of the big win the baltimore ravens losing a very important item. we told you about a new study that people spend 28 percent of their workweek on e-mails. so we wanted to know if you are one of these people. does answering your e-mail take away from your job in we are reading your nonwork e-mails next. at 1:45, the aflac duck was brought in
with multiple lacerations to the wing and a fractured beak. surgery was successful, but he will be in a cast until it is fully healed, possibly sever months. : what about ga and groceries? aflac. cell phone? aflac, but i doubte'll be using his phone for quite a while cause like i said, he has a fractured beak. [ male announcer ] send the lac duck a get-well card at getwellduck.com. :